Nancy Anderson, Ph.D.Torchlight

Demand Accountability

As we hurtle into 2020, let's acknowledge the urgent need for deep, durable and just climate action. Let's agree it requires us — as voters, opinion shapers and policy makers, as owners, investors and workers, whatever our collar-color, and as families, neighbors and bequeathers of Planet Earth to future generations — to demand accountability in confronting our climate crisis.

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Vanessa WarheitSnapshot

California's Dirty Secrets

People often say that California is a leader in the climate movement — but we still have a lot of work to do to earn our climate cred. While it's true that the Golden State has made a lot of progress on demand-side solutions (think: electric cars, municipal composting, solar panels), the rest of the world needs to know that California has some dirty secrets.

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In the Media

Like A New Yorker

Is the New Yorker engaged in subtle editorial irony? We think so.

The New Yorker's Print Edition (13 Jan 2020) on the shelf at Barnes & Noble

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Subway Reading

More MTA Rail For Brooklyn, Maybe

Old, disused rail freight lines being eyed for new MTA passenger service between Bayridge + Astoria

Silicon Valley's Big Mistake

Why hasn't Silicon Valley moved into green tech since there's lots of money to be made there?

Byford's Out

Worldwide

Finland's Got A Climate Plan

What must Finland do to meet its goal of becoming carbon-neutral in 15 years?

Central Bankers Sound A Climate Crisis Alarm

The worlds major banking institutions are gravely concerned about financial meltdown risks linked to the climate crisis. US bankers are MIA

Davos: The Biggest Risk To The Global Economy...

...Our climate crisis, both by likelihood + impact

In The Carbon Age

Gore on Climate Crisis: Overcome Or Else

What is this climate crisis? “This is Thermopylae. This is Agincourt. This is the Battle of the Bulge. This is Dunkirk. This is 9/11”, Al Gore

First Ever Benchmarking Results

With first ever energy benchmarking data on hand for medium-sized NYC buildings, what are the top findings?

The Arctic: What Happens There Won't Stay There

Melting Arctic permafrost begin to make drastic changes

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New York In Transit Summit
30 Jan
Explore what's in store for developing and enhancing transportation systems around the state — New York's systems for moving people and information are poised for a huge makeover.
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Climate in Crisis: Environmental Change in the Indigenous Americas
14 Feb
The Brooklyn Museum brings together more than 60 works from cultures in North, Central and South America spanning 2,800 years to show how beliefs and ways of living have been altered by changes to our climate and threats of environmental destruction brought about by European colonization.
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